Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Meeting Concerning the Caney Fork

Below is the information the meeting with TWRA and the US Corps of Engineers. It lookls like I will be going with a group of folks from Murfreesboro. The plan is the attend and then report back through the blog. Stay tuned for meeting notes.

Thursday, May 27th, TWRA and the Corps of Engineers will conduct a Caney Fork Workshop for fishermen, guides and the general public. The purpose is to discuss factors affecting the Caney Fork water quality and fishery over the past year, particularly increased rainfall and generation. We will address river users’ observance of muddy flow and sediment deposits. The Corps will describe water quality treatment associated with the seepage construction. Tennessee Tech University biologists will describe the results of fish sampling over the past year. TWRA will explain the rationale for the current trout creel limits and stocking plans for the year. We welcome your participation and comments.

Date: Thursday, May 27th Where: Center Hill Resource Manager’s Maintenance Shop Facility When: 6:00 - 8:00 Who: Corps, TWRA, TTU/USGS

Workshop Agenda:

I. Welcome and Introductions

II. Trout Creel Limits & Stocking Plans- Jason Henegar (TWRA)

III. Seepage Rehabilitation Update & Other Seepage Overview & Aeration Plans- Linda Adcock (Corps) Best Management Practices- David Loyd (Corps)

IV. 2009- A Year in Review (30 mins) Water Management- Bob Sneed (Corps) Water Quality Monitoring- Richard Tippit (Corps) Recent Fish Sampling Results- Tomas Ivasauskas or Phil Betolli (TTU)

IV. Discussion – (ALL)

1 comment:

  1. I won't be able to make it so I'll look forward to hearing about it here...